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Quartet® Designer Sign Stand
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Quartet® Designer Sign Stand

Item # 450226 OfficeMax # 20705907
Frames and protects your fliers and advertisements
  • Holds documents up to 11" x 17".
  • Adjusts to fit portrait or landscape printed materials.
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Frames and protects your fliers and advertisements
  • Holds documents up to 11" x 17". 
  • Adjusts to fit portrait or landscape printed materials. 
  • Sleek silver frame stores easily when not in use. 

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Item # 450226 
Manufacturer # QRT7922  
material Metal
brand name Quartet
color Silver
manufacturer ACCO BRANDS
dimensions 52"H x 24"W x 24"D

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Rated 3 out of 5�by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5�by These are great We bought a couple of these for a special presentation in a new location - they worked well. Sturdy, not flimsy. December 20, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5�by Don't waste your money The plastic insert does not stand up over time, and they don't sell individual inserts. It works great and looks nice at first, but for $300+, I expect to be able to use the sign longer than a few years. The adjustable head is also not designed for long-term use - as time goes by more and more of them are losing their ability to stay level. September 11, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5�by There are NO replacement parts for this product! The actual metal stand is fine. However, there is a clear folder that fits into the metal to actually hold the sign. That piece is of poor quality, and they do not sell a replacement part (should cost a couple of bucks if they had it.) Since my holder needs replacement, I will have to make one myself. Bummer. May 19, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5�by Quality control issues with this product The countersunk hole in the bottom of the base to accommodate the flathead screw for the upright pole is cut too deep, allowing too much of the screw shoulder to protrude out the top of the base, making it impossible to completely tighten the upright pole to the base. We assembled four of these, and all were the same. Poles were wobbly and not very stable. Also, the first couple of spring plunger screw hole threads were filled with paint, and we had to run a tap through the back side to clean out the threads. A couple of sloppy quality control errors that caused a lot of grief in assembly. March 28, 2014
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